Know the environment
In Sigüenza you will enjoy a true journey back in time as you visit the cathedral, with its famous Sepulcro del Doncel (Tomb of the Youth), chapels and cemetery. Explore historic neighborhoods, including medieval Travesaña and baroque San Roque. There are a number of typical small Castilian villages located throughout this large municipality, where traditional customs coexist with rural architecture and nature, and age-old taverns stand side-by-side with sophisticated restaurants.
You can also enjoy the city's natural surroundings. The Río Dulce Nature Reserve, Sigüenza Pine Wood, large Mediterranean forests, holm oak and oak woods, and valleys carpeted in green, home to the griffon vulture, peregrine falcon and eagle owl, are all incredibly gorgeous any time of year. Surely you won’t miss a chance to visit?
What to see
- Main Square
- Historic quarter
- Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente Viewpoint
- Río Dulce Nature Reserve (7 km)
- Medinaceli (20 km)
- Cistercian Monastery of Santa María de Huerta (50 km)
- Río Negro Winery and Vineyard Tour and Tasting
- Barranco del Río Dulce Nature Reserve
- Sigüenza Cathedral